Category: Security


EE dips a toe into domestic security

UK operator EE is launching a smart home security product alongside Verisure, and a cyber security offering in partnership with Norton.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Network X 2022 special

This special edition of the pod it brought to you from the Network X telecoms show in Amsterdam. Scott and Iain are first joined by Ronan De Renesse of analyst firm Omdia. They review some of the chat at the show concerning IoT, 5G and 6G, as well as a number of ad hoc tangents. Ronan then makes way for Telecoms.com’s Andrew Wooden, who talks us through the main keynote speeches and discussions from the event, focusing mainly on managing change and security.

Cyber security takes centre stage at Network X

On day two of the Network X conference in Amsterdam, telco execs and security experts looked outside the industry to examine how things like cyber security vulnerabilities, war, and regulation are impacting the market.  

What does a doomsday level cyber attack look like?

The concept of cyber warfare is not new, but under the cover of the war in Ukraine attacks are increasing and the stakes are getting higher for both telecoms and the wider world, argues Eric Hart, Manager of Subscription Services at LogRhythm.

Ransomware attacks surged by 47% in July

According to a report by NCC Group’s Global Threat Intelligence division, ransomware attacks increased by 47% in July compared to June, adding more evidence for a trend of rising global cybercrime.

Singtel to take big hit on Trustwave sale

Singtel is pushing forward with the sale of its cybersecurity business as part of a business streamlining push that will see it focus on 5G and new growth areas.

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